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U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin, center, presents a Certificate of Recognition to the Ohio Credit Union Movement’s Latino Financial Literacy Program in Central Ohio. Shown from left are Bill Butler, CEO of OhioHealth Credit Union, Troy Hall, VP of Telhio Credit Union, U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin, Tom Furrey, CEO of Western Credit Union, and John Florian, executive director of the Ohio Credit Union Foundation. Marin attended a June 23 Spanish-language free financial literacy class in Gahanna, Ohio. Marin stayed after the awards ceremony to help instruct a Spanish-language financial education class on saving, managing money and handling credit. Hispanics have quickly become the fastest growing ethnic population in the U.S. with a combined purchasing power of over $450 billion. Still, surveys demonstrate that 43% of Hispanics report knowing little about retirement planning and as many as 25% do not have a bank account.


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